The ascent of a property developer consultant : Daniel Roberts, Newcastle
Who is Daniel Roberts, Newcastle and some of his environmentally friendly real estate ideas? While working as a Professional Quantity Surveyor, he attended Leeds Becket University and earned other qualifications. Over the years, he has worked on various projects, including Supermarkets and Railway stations. Being ardent towards construction law and sustainable law, he was able to deliver his best. His efforts combined with his inventiveness have rewarded him with a nomination for a finalist among 2020 RICS awards. He is also one of the finalists for different awards such as ‘sustainability project of the year’ along with ‘young achiever of the year’. In addition to his professional life, Daniel Roberts of Newcastle has a zeal for nature. He is also fond of spending his time in gardening, running, beach walks, as well as a low impact living. He firmly believes in focusing on quality over quantity.
Knowledge in motion is power. Here at Quantus Solutions we have done the hard work so you don’t have to. We have invested years and millions of dollars in research and development into sustainable building techniques and strategies. We believe time is of the essence to take action and lead by example. We have a simple and scalable business model that offers value add professional service to project large and small. We work with local business to create sustainable relationships, education and advice that create lasting change. We put the hard work in to help you create the suppliers and connections required to safely, securely and reliably transform your project into a world class, sustainable development. We are proud of our capacity to help reduce landfill directly be partnerships with recyclers and product sourcing. We have an eye for quality and our help can transform your development without losing your original vision. We put clients first and there is no compromise when it comes to sustainable outcomes, if it is not a Win Win Win (owner, workers and world) it does meet the essential grade. Our simple systems make this possible and easy. Find more info on Daniel Roberts from Newcastle, UK. Daniel Roberts is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor (2011) and holds a Bachelors Degree (BSc Hons) in Quantity Surveying. Daniel has studied post graduate studies in construction law and holds qualifications in advanced building, site management and supervision. Daniel Roberts is owner of Quantus Solutions an RICS regulated firm offering boutique quantity surveying services focused on sustainable building and engineering solutions. Daniel has worked on most projects ranging from hospitals to cafes, office buildings to multi unit residential developments. Daniel has a passion for sustainable building techniques and offers a unique prospective on value engineering and embodied energy within a building.
Chartered Surveyors are the “Gold Standard” for the construction industry, this is because the requirements are very high and standards are without comparison, if you aim high, you obtain high results. If you fail to aim, you get mediocre results. The requirements of the RICS have deep and meaningful roots that has stood the test of time (since 1868) and shall continue to proceed the present and future generations. The capacity for Chartered Surveyors to professionally and ethically implement and consistently deliver complicated tasks with skill, accuracy and completeness is a fundamental and common foundation for all members. Similar standards exist within other areas of expertise and across industries such as the Chartered Institute of Accountants and the Institute of Engineers. Within individuals areas of expertise, success is inevitable and predictable, not because of the talents and skills of the individual (although natural talents play a part) but due to the pre-existing framework of knowledge and experience that is required to perform that task.
Outside of his professional life Daniel is a lover of all things natural, has a passion for nature, gardening, beach walks, running and low impact living. Daniels philosophy is to aim for the good and promote quality over quantity. Daniel has been nominated as a finalist in the 2020 RICS awards for innovation for his contributions towards the built environment as a finalist for “sustainability project of the year” and “young achiever of the year”.